Still Waiting prod. by Phokuzd

by Rob Doe



Some things I was feeling from seeing what I see where I see it. Ya figadeal me?


This is D-Town, hometown, Michigan, my own town/ hell yeah I’m fed up, with the way shit goes down/ people dying over nothing, cowards doing set ups/ shootouts, over who knows, leaving innocents wet up/ while I’m making music about it, they never listen/ they rather I spit em tales about how my neck will glisten/ I know the struggle of constantly being poverty stricken/ losing from the beginning, don’t know what it is to win it/ attention I’ve been giving to hate, this living I aint/ why is it we gotta destroy for a building to make/ plan on constructing something positive before it’s too late/ holding out for the change and I’m willing to wait/ it’s like/

Hook: Each State is built with separate cities; each one of those cities might as well be another world. It’s time to stop all the hatred over trivial circumstances. One’s lack of financial gain shouldn’t determine nor encourage the use of firearms in the communities. You see, we live in a world where money is more valuable than life itself and greed equals enhanced progression over another. This holds very true to where I from. Over time we have become proud of the title Murda Mitten…and have forgotten the soul of Motown; The same soul that brought unity and broke boundaries for the sake of having a good time with each other…as humans. This reality saddens, so I’m waiting.

They tell me nigga why you rapping, you aint getting the cream/ I listen and scheme, I see the bigger picture of things/ So while I am affected, by what the hecklers will think/ I think of this, what if Martin didn’t stand for his dream/ we would still be separated, burdened by segregation/ hurting even more then we are in this current nation/ promoting hate the media they got me turning racist/ against my own kind, I now dislike the humans/ but then I see a child smile and I’m back to human/ so now I hate how we acting stupid/ misunderstanding is a plague all over the waves/ to change the world I gotta start in my state/ and that’s real/

Outro: It’s time to do better ya’ll, gotta stop worrying about the things that don’t matter and unify. You see, I represent FAME and you should too…why? Because we’re Finally Achieving Mental Endurance


released February 4, 2011




Rob Doe Michigan

Michigan native and lover of traditional hip hop; Rob Doe creatively finds a way to blend hardcore rap with vivid lyricism, often times "painting a picture with words". He says, "it's all about the audio visuals...a concept that's lost on many today". From the fast hard hitting lyrics to the well paced emotional filled stories, one thing is for sure. Rob Doe is a name you're sure to start hearing. ... more

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